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Posted: Thursday, August 14, 2008 11:38 pm | Updated: 9:57 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

The public comment period for the installation of a new 69,000-volt electrical line through Queen Creek will end Sunday. 

Last day to comment on power-line project

The public comment period for the installation of a new 69,000-volt electrical line through Queen Creek is ending.

The period ends Sunday.

Open houses were held by Salt River Project in June and July to provide information about the power needs of Queen Creek and gather feedback on possible route options for the new high-voltage line. Based on the input, SRP has proposed four routes.

Residents can give feedback about a route preference by sending an e-mail to SRP at 69kv@srpnet.com or by fax at (602) 236-2003. An announcement regarding the final route is expected in mid-September.

Sarah J. Boggan, (480) 898-6574

Waterline project to close Hawes Road

Hawes Road will be closed between Queen Creek and Ocotillo roads starting next week.

The closure will start at 5 a.m. Tuesday and is scheduled to be reopened at 3 p.m. Sept. 4.

The road is being closed for the completion of the Gilbert Central Arizona Project waterline. Local traffic to the residential areas north of Ocotillo Road and west of Hawes Road will have access from Ocotillo Road only. Local access will not be maintained from the north. Traffic traveling on Rittenhouse Road will still be able to access Queen Creek Road to travel west during the closure.

For more information, call the Queen Creek Traffic Hotline at (480) 358-3132 or e-mail traffic@queencreek.org.

Sarah J. Boggan, (480) 898-6574

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